Good morning! The Papertrey Ink May release is in full swing. My cards today use the new Center Style: Feminine stamp set and coordinating dies. Such a fun combination for adding special accents, framework, and stamping embellishments.
I combined Center Style: Feminine with the Brushed Blooms stamp set and coordinating dies. I stamped in Limeade Ice, Aqua Mist, and Classic Kraft, adding my sentiment from the new Watercooler Talk across the center on a die cut Double Ended Banner. You can see that I layered it over a stacked set of Center Style: Feminine dies.
I used the Bitty Bouquets stamp set across the bottom to add to my sentiment.
I created a background using the Center Style: Feminine stamp set on this card and love how easily it all came together. I added a few flowers to the corners of my card from the Graceful Greetings stamp set.
I stamped using Sweet Blush, Melon Berry, Harvest Gold, Aqua Mist, Berry Sorbet, and Limeade Ice. I used the Watercooler Talk stamp set once again, combining it with the You've Been Framed: Oval stamp set.
I added in a stamped and die cut accent under my sentiment from the Center Style: Feminine set to bring in a bit more layering and a last minute special touch.
More Bitty Bouquets used here along with the large die from the Center Style: Feminine stamp set...such a pretty die and one that I'll be using quite a lot, I'm sure.
I then added a Spring Moss die cut word from the Big Hugs die collection to the center of my die and added in a complimentary sentiment from the Watercooler Talk set. Ink colors used on this card are Lavender Moon, Hibiscus Burst, Sweet Blush, Simply Chartreuse, and Melon Berry. I used Sweet Blush Polka Dot paper along with Chicken Scratch Gingham...you'll notice I can't quite put down the gingham :).
Lastly, just a fun little card mixing in an older set with the new...I love doing this. This set uses the Heart-2-Heart #7 Mini stamp set. I've stamped on Kraft cardstock using Autumn Rose, Berry Sorbet, Simply Chartreuse, and Summer Sunrise.
I used the Center Style: Feminine stamps and dies to create a little ledge for my flowers and then to create decorative corners at the top of my card.
More new sets are being used by the following designers:
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